Priti Patel, the Home Secretary, has released more details of the UK’s proposed points-based immigration system as she sends a message around the world that the UK is looking to attract the brightest global talent.
Healthcare has inevitably become a major focus for national governments in light of the Coronavirus pandemic, which has led many nations to apply strict controls to Foreign Direct Investment (FDI).
No-fault divorces are set to be available to parting couples in England and Wales from late 2021 under the Divorce, Dissolution and Separation Act 2020 (the Act).
Many businesses are experiencing a significant reduction in income due to the effects of lockdown and a decline in consumer demand for goods and services.
According to a new study by the Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS), as many as 10 per cent of UK adults born in the 1980s will receive inheritances worth up to half as much as an average person would earn in their lifetime.
The Law Commission has published a new report which seeks to reform common issues with leasehold arrangements, as it looks to reshape the future of homeownership.
Almost two in three parents are hesitant about handing over their hard-earned wealth to married children with fears that it may be handed over to spouses on divorce, a study has revealed.
The value of expert legal advice is set to come into stark relief as businesses look to rebuild and recover following the easing of lockdown.
The UK property sector saw the busiest month in more than a decade in July, with £37 billion worth of property transactions being agreed during the month.
Eviction proceedings in the UK will resume again from 24 August after they were temporarily suspended to support tenants affected by the Coronavirus crisis.